Vanilla Orchid Root

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  • “I was browsing the refrigerated aisle at Rainbow Grocery today and spied this. Yummy kombucha! I'm a big fan all things raw and probiotic (yogurt, kephir, raw "live" dairy, etc.) and kombucha is...” Read full tasting note
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From House Kombucha

We infuse our personal blend of assam tea and roasted chicory root w/ Tahitian vanilla bean to create this thirst quenching revelation. With its peppery chicory notes and solid vanilla bean flavors, Vanilla Orchid-Root is the most root beer-like of our kombuchas.

Ingredients: raw kombucha* made with black tea, chicory root and vanilla bean.
*kombucha is a culture fermented in water, tea and sugar

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I was browsing the refrigerated aisle at Rainbow Grocery today and spied this. Yummy kombucha! I’m a big fan all things raw and probiotic (yogurt, kephir, raw “live” dairy, etc.) and kombucha is probiotic tea! The only brand I’ve tried so far is the popular GT. That was good, I think this is better. It’s super fresh (their little “factory” is just a few blocks away) and delicious. Not too sour or vinegary at all. The consistency is like tea seltzer—fizzy and bubbly feeling, similar to champagne. I don’t taste much vanilla, chicory or even assam—just a slight sugary, fizzy, crisp sweetness.

It’s super exhilarating and super refreshing. I’m very happy to discover this local source!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I am very intrigued. :-)

Jillian

Me too, my last experience with kombucha (admittedly the plain kind) tasted like fizzy apple cider vinegar – bleh.

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